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Former Professor Sues University of Louisville for Fraud and Breach of Contract

Matt Bohm began work at the University of Louisville (U of L) in 2010 with a plan to be on a tenure track. His contract was negotiated to include a Ph.D. candidate to conduct research with him. Professor Bohm alleges that the people who approved the contract knew that they could not give what was offered.  U of L could not hire a Ph.D. candidate to assist Professor Bohm which negatively impacted his ability to become a tenured professor. One of the specific reasons for him not becoming tenured was not graduating a Ph.D. student. When he was denied tenure he filed his suit in state court.

If you have a breach of contract or fraud complaint, contact Thomas E. Patterson or Patterson Law Firm at tpatterson@pattersonlawfirm.com or (312)-223-1699.

 

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